The Real Madrid defender was blunt when asked whether he were in talks to join Manchester United or extend his current contract
Sergio Ramos has issued a curt response to questions over his future, telling reporters “I’m not negotiating with anyone”.
Reports in Spain have suggested Ramos’ relationship with Madrid president Florentino Perez has reached breaking point amid persistent talk of a potential move to Manchester United.
United retain an interest in the 29-year-old defender as discussions continue over the future of David de Gea, who is wanted by Madrid this summer, but there is belief in some quarters that Ramos is angling for a greater pay packet from his current employers.
However, when pressed by reporters at a wedding in Seville, Ramos was keen to stress he is not currently holding talks with either club.
“I’m not negotiating with anyone,” he told Cuatro, having previously offered a simple “all is well”.
The World Cup-winner then declined to respond when pressed on whether he will stay at the Santiago Bernabeu this summer.
Ramos has spent 10 years with Real Madrid since joining from Liga rivals Sevilla, claiming 10 major trophies in that time.